Presuppositional Apologetics Believes in Evidence: Yet Five Ways its Different than Evidentialism

This is a good summary of why I am a presuppositional teacher. Some evidence helped lead me to Christ, but I understood it took a change in how I thought. (Roman’s 12:1-2) This was seven years before even hearing the term “apologetics” for the first time (that I can recall)!

Daniel

The Domain for Truth

I hear too often people say Presuppositional apologetics don’t believe in evidence.  That’s not true.  Presuppositional apologetics does believe there’s a role for evidence in Christian apologetics.

But first off some might need to know what is Presuppositional apologetics in the first place.  It might be helpful to listen to various different lectures on Presuppositional apologetics; check out our “Ultimate Collection of Free Presuppositional Apologetics Lectures.”  Among the many lectures the ones I recommend would be Greg Bahnsen’s Van Tillian Apologetics and Jason Lisle’s one shot “Jason Lisle “The Ultimate Proof of Creation” Lecture at The Master’s Seminary

Yet if Presuppositional Apologetics believes there’s a place for evidence how is a distinctly Presuppositional Apologetics’ approach different than the typical Evidentialism?

I can think of five ways.

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  1. Thank you for sharing this! I’m listening to your video right now btw

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